© Jeff Hoffman, Running on
Atlantic Peptides Identity
Icon, Buisness Card, Letterhead and Envelope, designed under direction of Puelle Design.
Nude No More
A statistical analysis of my T-Shirt collection from Threadless.com. As a companion to "Obsessive Progression", this poster was an effort to to show a side of...
A poster/ timeline of my T-shirt collection. This photographic documentation shows everything from the time spent collecting to which shirts are worn...
Print identity for the 100th Commencement ceremony at Maine College of Art. In collaboration with Morgan DiPietro, this series of buttons, enveolopes, invites,...
Designed by student designers at MECA, this project was a collaboration with Maine College of Art in partnership with Pickwick Independent press. They created...
Lecture Series Posters
A multiple-part project to create hand-silkscreened posters for Maine College of Art Visiting Artist Lecture series. A labor of love and dedication from sketch...
A series of type and logo experiments. Letterforms created in response to environments, experiments with form, and...
A logo created for my personal studio identity. Working not only as a logo, this mark becomes a container that can house...
Re-design of a Delta boarding pass for the project Boarding Pass/Fail. First: The original Delta boarding pass Next: The Re-Design
One version is never enough! A poster directed towards college freshman. Created with pencil, pen, scanners, photo-copiers, clay, digital renderings, and...
Photo-transfer prints that poke fun at Byzantine architecture. Hidden signs and neon bring strange and slightly humorous context to these archival...
This 4' x 3' woodcut is a reproduction of a lithograph plate that I fell in love with. Full image linked here, and read more on my process blog here and here.
A color study with Silkscreen printing. 5 layer prints in various color combinations
Collections of objects in compelling color relationships.
MECA Annual Report Illustrations
Winner of a Broderson Award for Illustrations provided for MECA 2010 Annual Report. Slideshow of pages from annual report
Collecting Process Book
What do we collect? Ceramic horses with legs snapping off, rubber bands, T-shirts... everyone holds attachment to objects. This book, titled "We Are The...
Day of the Moron
This is a reinterpretation of a collection of 1950's sci fi novels. The silkscreen-printed reproductions become exaggerated, creating a new and exciting...